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EnglishGerman
to syringe ausspülen
to syringe [inject] injizieren
to systematize sth. etw. systematisieren
to systemize sth.etw. [Akk.] systematisieren
to tab tabellieren
to tabtabulieren
to table in eine Liste eintragen
to tabletabellieren
to table verzeichnen
to table [Br.]auf die Tagesordnung setzen
to table a motion [Br.] etw. zur Diskussion stellen
to table a proposal einen Vorschlag einbringen
to table a proposaleinen Vorschlag vorbringen
to table a resolution [Br.]einen Beschlussantrag einbringen
to table an offer ein Angebot vorlegen
to table sth. [Am.] [e.g. discussion, debate until a later time] etw. [Akk.] zurückstellen [auf später verschieben]
to table sth. [Br.] [an amendment, a bill, etc.] etw. einbringen [einen Änderungsantrag, eine Gesetzesvorlage usw.]
to table sth. [esp. Am.] [postpone consideration of sth.] etw. vertagen [eine Entscheidung etc.]
to tabloidize sth. etw. [Akk.] boulevardisieren
to taboo verpönen [veraltend]
to taboo sb./sth. [also fig.] jdn./etw. tabuisieren [geh.] [auch fig.]
to taboo sth. etw. für tabu erklären
to tabu sb./sth. [spv.] [also fig.] jdn./etw. tabuisieren [geh.] [auch fig.]
to tabularize tabellarisieren
to tabularize sth.etw. tabellarisch anordnen
to tabulate ordnen
to tabulatetabellieren
to tabulate tabellarisch ordnen
to tabulate sth. etw. tabellarisch anordnen
to tabulate sth. eine Tabelle von etw. [Dat.] erstellen
to tabulate sth. etw. in Tabellenform aufstellen
to tabulate sth. etw. tabellarisch darstellen
to tack kreuzen
to tack anheften [schweißen]
to tacklavieren
to tack (gegen den Wind) aufkreuzen
to tack [attach]befestigen
to tack [sailing]wenden
to tack [sew loosely] heften
to tack [stitch, clip together]zusammenheften
to tack about wenden
to tack down festnageln
to tack down [sewing] festheften
to tack mortgagesHypotheken zusammenlegen
to tack on annageln
to tack sth. [with pin] etw. feststecken [fixieren]
to tack sth. to sth.etw. an etw. [Akk. od. Dat.] anheften
to tack togetherzusammenheften
to tack together [with nails]zusammennageln
to tack up [notices, placards, etc.] spendeln [österr. ugs: befestigen]
to tack weldmit Schweißpunkt anheften
to tack (with nails)nageln
to tackle [a problem, etc.] anfassen
to tackle [Am.] bekämpfen
to tackle [Am.]attackieren
to tackle [Am.] tiefhalten
to tackle [make a sliding tackle] grätschen
to tackle [manage] lösen [bewältigen]
to tackle a problemein Problem angehen
to tackle a problem ein Problem anpacken
to tackle an obstacle head on [also fig.] ein Hindernis ohne Zögern nehmen [auch fig.]
to tackle financial problemsfinanzielle Probleme angehen
to tackle from behindnachhaken [Fußball]
to tackle sb. jdn. angreifen [attackieren, zur Rede stellen]
to tackle sb. about sth.jdn. mit etw. konfrontieren
to tackle sb. about sth. jdn. bezüglich etw. zur Rede stellen
to tackle sb./sth.jdn./etw. anpacken
to tackle sb./sth.jdm./etw. zu Leibe rücken [Redewendung]
to tackle sth. etw. in Angriff nehmen
to tackle sth.sich über etw. hermachen [Arbeit, Buch etc.]
to tackle sth.etw. angehen
to tackle sth. [e.g. a problem] etw. angreifen [fig.]
to tackle sth. [e.g. a problem]etw. anpacken [in Angriff nehmen]
to tackle sth. [fig.] [a problem, a task] an etw. [Dat.] den Hebel ansetzen [fig.] [Idiom]
to tack-weld heftschweißen
to tackweld anheften [schweißen]
to tack-weld anpunkten
to tagkennzeichnen
to tag markieren
to tag auszeichnen
to tag etikettieren
to tag taggen
to tag verschlagworten
to tag [Am.] [coll.] [with a traffic ticket]aufschreiben [z. B. Falschparker]
to tag [drill]abtasten [z. B. die Bohrlochsohle]
to tag [fig.] bezeichnen
to tag [touch in the game of tag]fangen [beim Fangen spielen]
to tag alongmitkommen
to tag alongmitmachen
to tag along after / behind sb. jdm. hinterhertrotten
to tag along with sb. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [group, gang, etc.]sich [Akk.] jdm. anschließen [mitkommen, mitgehen]
to tag as markieren als
to tag goods Ware auszeichnen
to tag sb. [Am.] [coll.] jdm. einen Strafzettel verpassen [ugs.]
to tag sth.etw. mit einem Anhänger versehen
to tag sth. etw. mit einem Anhängeschildchen versehen
to tag team sb. [sl.] [to take turns having sex with sb.]jdn. abwechselnd beschlafen [Gruppensex]
to tail kupieren [Schafschwänze]
to tail sich dahinschleppen [auch fig.]
to tail Fahnen ziehen [Fernsehbild]
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